Portronics Yogg Kronos smartwatch with IP68 rating launched in India at Rs 3,999

Yogg Kronos - Feature Image

Portronics, popular accessories, and the audio brand have launched its new product in India today. And it’s a smartwatch. Dubbed as Yogg Kronos, this new wearable from the company is being marketed as a smartwatch cum fitness tracker. It is priced at Rs 3,999 and will be made available online and offline, both markets. Let’s talk about the specifications below. 

Portronics Yogg Kronos – Features & Specifications 

Sporting a 1.3-inch colour screen it is said to be equipped with a heart rate sensor. As standard features, it will be coming with steps, calories, distance and sleep time counter. You can set reminders as well according to need and it’ll buzz you at the right time. The Yogg Kronos is touted as a fitness tracker with a smartwatch design. 

Apart from the above fitness tracking, it will also help you stay connected more if that’s what you’re looking for. It can showcase social apps notifications, and your call notifications as well. When synchronized with your smartphone via the VeryFit Pro app. It’s unknown whether it will be supporting both platforms, iOS, and Android. 

Speaking about the design, Portronics claims that it’s Yogg Kronos offers water and dust resistance with its IP68 rating. Thus, it can be your fitness partner in all seasons and under harsh weather. It weighs just 40.8 grams and offers a skin-friendly and comfortable design, as per the company. 

Coming to the battery life, it has a 210mAh capacity battery. When fully charged it is said to run between 8 to 10 days. It has a magnetic charging cable. As far as the warranty period is concerned, it will have a 1-year warranty. 

What do you guys think of the new Portronics Yogg Kronos? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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